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UK Alters the Trajectory for Global Data Protection Objectives

By Martin Abrams | September 15, 2021 |

The UK Government’s consultation, “Data:  A New Direction” (“Consultation”), reframes…

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Does the Conduct of Observation Merit Dedicated Legislation?

By Martin Abrams | September 9, 2021 |

Do pervasive watching and recording cause risks to individuals and…

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When Data Protection Is Not About Data Protection

By Martin Abrams | August 25, 2021 |

Data protection law is not always about data protection or…

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My Head Spins – UK Gets Adequacy As Task Force Says GDPR Must Change

By Martin Abrams | June 28, 2021 |

The EU Commission today (June 28, 2021) announced that the…

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Enforcement: To Be Effective, One Needs to be Selective

By Martin Abrams | April 7, 2021 |

Richard Thomas, when he was Information Commissioner of the United…

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The Movement Towards Demonstrable Accountability – Why It Matters

By Peter Cullen | December 14, 2020 |

First published in IAPP Daily Dashboard There is “accountability tension”…

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Risk Based Should Be More Than A Cliché

By Martin Abrams | September 22, 2020 |

The IAF will hold a policy call October 14 on…

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Time for a Global Treaty

By Martin Abrams | July 22, 2020 |

“What a revoltin’ development this is!”  This exclamation is from the 1950’s…

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Transparency Needs a Makeover

By Peter Cullen | May 5, 2020 |

It seems ironic to be using the term “makeover” in…

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Take the Long View: Demonstrable Accountability

By Information Accountability | April 13, 2020 |

Every year at this time the Ten Commandments is aired…

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